|People In Grass Houses - Sekotis|
Sekotis is British musician Tom Stokes. His album “People In Grass Houses” is full of melodic electronic music juxtaposed with layers of soothing, effect-drenched guitar and bass. Sometimes the guitars are so processed that the line between acoustic and electronics becomes blurred. The organic nature of “People In Grass Houses” is what sets Sekotis' music apart from others. Tracks such as “From A Grain Of Sound The Mountains Grow” and “Those Damn Tree Pixies” focus entirely on gu...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; electronic; shoegazing; guitar; ambient
|Nylon & Turtle - Sergi Boal|
Sergi Boal (from Barcelona) is an accomplished classical guitarist. No-Source and Acustronica are pleased to bring you his debut album, "Nylon & Turtle". This album contains nine original compositions that solely focus on Boal's acoustic guitar playing. Plucking and strumming fight for dominance in each of these dynamic tracks. Boal is quoted as saying that he is influenced in some way by the music of Baden Powell, Brad Meldauh, Radiohead, and Jose Gonzalez...
Keywords: no-source; acoustic; classical guitar; instrumental
Average rating: (1 review)
|Cedarleaf - Rho|
Steve Setzepfandt and Josh Wittman are back with their second release on No-Source and third full-length album "Cedarleaf," the follow-up to 2009's "Glass Memories." "Cedarleaf" is Rho's most accessible album to date. It is a beautiful mix of electronic rhythms, synth swirls, and guitar driven melodies; a pop landscape with a mountain range of cinematic style. "Sun Justice" begins the album with soft ambient electronics, leading into the dark, electric guitar-heavy "Mississippi." "K-Eyes" sees R...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; electronic; ambient; guitar; acoustic
Average rating: (1 review)
|Photographic Reflection - Ross Baker|
Ross Baker has been composing electronic music under the name Second Thought since early 2000. His recent musical endeavors under his birth name have taken a more acoustic path. Ross Baker's new album, "Photographic Reflection," is as an electro-acoustic journey through fields and time. The style is in many ways similar to Ross's previous efforts, "The Blackbird's Revenge" and "Revolution 2." The album starts with just field recordings of birds and field work...
Keywords: no-source; electro-acoustic; ambient; instrumental; guitar
|op.1 - For Solacing Grief|
For Solacing Grief’s release “op.1” brings five tracks of mesmerizing instrumentals. Exquisite guitar work builds a bridge between all the tracks. From start to finish the release is filled with beautiful moments. The music appears as a silent place of refuge. Time dissolves while you slowly drift into emerging sounds. Melodies and harmonies unfold with room to breathe. Small details take on greater significance in this ambiance and special moments are captured...
Keywords: no-source; guitar; instrumental; postrock; slowcore
|Train Times For Sway - Multi-Panel|
Ludo Maas recorded this definitive folktronica album back in 2004 under his solo project Multi-Panel. Train Times for Sway was set for release sometime in 2005, but due to uncontrollable circumstances, the album remained lost to our ears and hidden in the vaults these past five years. For those familiar with Multi-Panel's Door EP, this album will be like coming home after a hard day's work. Electronic rhythms mix into hushed vocals and guitar, while lush synth swells cultivate richness and depth...
Keywords: no-source; netlabel; folktronic; electronic; guitar; acoustic
|pEACEFANg EP - pEACEFANg|
pEACEFANg is the solo project of A. Fischer from Portland, Maine. Fans of his group project, Selbyville, will notice distinct similarities between the two musical outlets. pEACEFANg delves into the minimal state of sound, focusing quiet instrumentals around acoustic guitar or Casio CT-310 keyboard. "Country Tune" begins the album with soft waves of twangy guitar drones. "ct310" showcases the lo-fi versatility of the Casio CT-310 keyboard...
Keywords: no-source, folktronic, electronic, ambient, acoustic, minimal, instrumental, casio, guitar